Imran Khan, who was indicted in two separate cases of arson and sabotage in Azadi March 25, said the Sharif government had filed FIRs against PTI members so that they could be jailed.
Geo News reports that former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has challenged the current coalition government to win the next general election in the country.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief said that it was impossible for the Sharif government to win the election, saying that the current regime of governance was really difficult to match their party’s election campaign.
Khan, who filed two separate cases of arson and sabotage in Azadi March 25, said the Sharif government had filed FIRs against PTI members so that anyone they wanted could be jailed.
Imran Khan’s ‘Azadi march’ to Islamabad was marred by violent incidents across the country. There have been reports of PTI supporters damaging public property during clashes with police personnel in several cities, including Rawalpindi, Karachi, Lahore and the country’s capital.
Khan has been booked for fire and vandalism on Jinnah Avenue in Islamabad, and a second FIR has been filed for fire and vandalism at Express Chowk. Recently, the Pakistani media reported that a cricketer-politician could be charged with treason.
“The whole country is looking at institutions to intervene and fix things,” the Pakistani website Dan Khan quoted.
Imran Khan has stepped up attacks against Shehbaz Sharif on corruption charges after he stepped down from office. Pakistani prime minister and his son Hamza Shehbaz have been granted pre-arrest bail in a $ 75 million money laundering case. The PTI also questioned the prime minister over the death of Maqsood Ahmad, also known as ‘Maqsood Chaprasi’, a central figure in the case against Sharif.
Imran Khan became the first Pakistani prime minister to be removed from office after losing a vote of confidence on April 9, with 174 members voting in favor of the motion.